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Weekly News 5@5

CCN’s weekly news 5@5, December 3, 2021 – A selection of popular stories from our Central Coast newsroom. This week: No Council Elections – Former Gosford Councillor Vicki Scott takes…





Some things can’t be learned online

Forum – So, the NSW Government is forcing TAFE to move to online courses (“Labor MPs protest ‘gutting’ of TAFE to move to online learning”, Chronicle p8 Nov 10). How…


TAFE protest claims refuted by Crouch

Labor MPs on the Central Coast have criticised a move towards online learning at TAFE campuses as a “path towards privatisation”. They were joined by Shadow Minister for Vocational Education,…


The Weekly News 5@5

CCN’s weekly video news 5@5, November 12, 2021. The weekly wrap of the region’s most prominent stories, direct from the newsroom of Central Coast Newspapers in Gosford. This week’s headlines…





Advantages of formal post-school study

Forum – Congratulations TAFE and Central Coast’s Trilogy Disability Services for your joint initiative of a traineeship, possibly leading to a Certificate III in Allied Health, we need more such…


The benefits of post-school study

Forum – Congratulations TAFE and Central Coast’s Trilogy Disability Services for your joint initiative of a traineeship, possibly leading to a Certificate III in Allied Health (CCN, September 11). We…




Gosford TAFE gets a lift

Gosford TAFE is set to receive $175,499 as part of a $13.5M NSW Government investment in replacing lifts at TAFE campuses around the state. Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education,…


New career a real sea change

A Woy Woy local has swapped hospitality hubs for the harbour after securing qualifications from TAFE NSW and is now encouraging others to do the same. Simon Dorrell completed the…


Facilities upgrade for TAFE campuses

TAFE campuses at Gosford, Ourimbah and Wyong are set to benefit from a $100M state-wide investment in improved facilities and new equipment. Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and Member…